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Architecture -- Arkansas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Gordon Brooks and Patricia O'Leary "The Arkansas Connection" Videotape

Identifier: MS B791
Scope and Content Note Thirty-minute color videotape, produced by architecture professors Gordon Brooks and Patricia O'Leary from a script by drama professor Kent R. Brown; directed by William Allen of Little Rock, Ark; filmed by Arkansas Educational Television Network; featuring architecture professors Rene F. Diaz, Euine Fay Jones, and Jimmy Lloyd Lambeth; pertaining to "The Arkansas House" developed early in the 1960s by Arkansas Power and Light Co. and by Little Rock Building consultant Harry Tschumi; and...
Dates: 1979

Gordon Brooks "Arkansas: Its Architectural Heritage, 1800-1861" Videotape

Identifier: MS B791a
Scope and Content Note

Forty-five minute color videotape, produced by architecture professor Harry Gordon Brooks II from a script by drama professor Kent R. Brown; narrated by architecture professor Cyrus A. Sutherland; with discussion by panelists Brooks, Sutherland, Fred Williams, Anthony Dube, and Lloyd Benjamin; filmed by Arkansas Educational Television Network with funding, in part, by Arkansas Endowment for the Humanities; and broadcast by AETN January 12, 1981.

Dates: 1981

Albert O. Clarke Collection

Identifier: MC 620
Scope and Content Note

The material consists of photocopies of newspaper and journal clippings, excerpts from books and pamphlets, correspondence, and research notes, as well as photographs of Clarke, his wife, and many of the buildings he designed. The material was collected by Pamela Dubbell in the course of preparing an article about Clarke for the Northwest Arkansas Morning News. Photocopies of this article are also included.

Dates: 1986

James and Belle Dinwiddie Architectural Drawings

Identifier: MC 924
Scope and Content Note The papers contain twenty-one sets of drawings. James Dinwiddie's drawings encompass sets 1-10, while Belle Dinwiddie's drawings encompass sets 11-19. Drawings of Haralson and Nelson Architects of Fort Smith comprise set 20; they were discovered with the Dinwiddie drawings, but their connection with them, if any, is unknown. Set 21 is a collection of unidentified drawings, possibly those of Belle Dinwiddie. Some of the sets contain general specifications and other papers. Numbers in brackets...
Dates: 1926-1956

First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Little Rock Geoff Winningham Commission Materials

Identifier: MC 2137
Scope and Content Note

The collection contains materials regarding photographer Geoff Winningham's commission by the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Little Rock to photograph Arkansas architecture. The materials are primarily financial in nature, and include Winningham’s correspondence with bank President H. Charles Johnson and bank employee Dana Durst; Winningham’s budgets, invoices, and receipts; planning notes for the project; and drafts and a final copy of Winningham’s contract.

Dates: 1980-1981

Haralson & Mott and Mann & Wanger Architects Materials

Identifier: MC 2257
Scope and Content Note This collection contains materials related to the architecture firm of Harralson & Mott and collaborations with the firm of Mann & Wanger of Little Rock. The majority of the collection is drawings and other materials related to three projects the firms jointly designed for the campus of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. In addition, there are a limited number of drawings related to projects designed solely by the firm of Harralson and Mott. These include the Maude Baker...
Dates: 1935 - 1951

Ernie Jacks Papers

Identifier: MC 1265
Scope and Contents

This collection contains architectural drawings, academic materials, planning commission records, research notes and manuscripts. Additional related materials including specifications, correspondence, photographs and audio visual materials.

Dates: 1945- 2017

Fay Jones Collection

Identifier: MC 1373
Scope and Content Note The collection represents the life and work of a highly creative and successful American architect during the last half of the twentieth century. In 1990 the American Institute of Architects awarded Jones the AIA Gold Medal and his most famous building, Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is included in the AIA list of the Top Ten Buildings of the Century. Thorncrown, the Jones’s own residence and the Dr. and Mrs. H.D Hantz residence in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and the...
Dates: 1935-2005

Jonesboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Floor Plans

Identifier: MC 2322
Scope and Content Note

Stuck, Frier, Lane & Scott, Inc.-designed floor plans for the Jonesboro Coca-Cola Bottling Co. facility at the intersection of Caraway and Highland in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Dates: 1965

George Richard Mann Memoir

Identifier: MS M315
Scope and Content Note This collection contains a xeroxed copy of typescript (some leaves with autograph revisions overwritten) of Arkansas state capitol architect Mann's unpublished comments, Sept. 30, 1937, on George Washington Donaghey's book, Building a State Capitol (Little Rock, 1937). Original typescript copy of the manuscript is in Arkansas Gazette Foundation library, Little Rock. See John A. Treon, “Politics and Concrete: The Building of the Arkansas State Capitol,...
Dates: 1937

Irven D. McDaniel Materials

Identifier: MC 1920
Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of blueprints of two residential projects with art moderne characteristics. The A.A. Billings Residence of Malvern, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, n.d. and the John Cole Residence of Malvern, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, n.d. are included.

Dates: ca. 1935

Chris Reichardt Materials

Identifier: MC 2081
Scope and Contents

Papers of Chris Reichart primarily related to his career as an architect. Also included are family photographs, materials relating to playing football at the University of Arkansas, serving in the military during World War I, and hunting and fishing and personal history. Architectural drawings, photographs, maps and other records.

Dates: 1896 - 1957

Edward Durell Stone Papers First Accession

Identifier: MS St71 236
Scope and Content Note Edward Durell Stone was a major figure in American Architecture in the 20th Century. He designed projects that received international acclaim including the American Embassy in New Delhi and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. Stone presented a large body of his papers MS St71/236 Stone , the First Accession of the Edward Durell Stone Papers, to the University of Arkansas Libraries in 1975, three years before his death. His widow donated the remainder after his...
Dates: 1940-1963

Cyrus Sutherland Papers

Identifier: MC 1496
Scope and Content Note

This collection includes drawings, correspondence, and other material on architectural projects; notes and materials for Cyrus Sutherland’s manuscript, Buildings of Arkansas; and materials from the University of Arkansas including student projects, photographs related to architectural preservation, and architectural history.

Dates: 1947-2003; Majority of material found within 1967-2003

Vernacular Architecture of Arkansas: Photographs by Geoff Winningham

Identifier: MC 1188
Scope and Content Note The photographs in the collection were commissioned by First Federal Savings and Loan of Little Rock and executed by Geoff Winningham in 1980 and 1981. This photographic essay consists of black and white photographs which survey the vernacular architecture of Arkansas. Included are photographs of residences, churches, stores, cabins, garages, barns, businesses, outhouses, and bridges throughout the state. Also included is the portfolio Of the Soil, Six Classics of Arkansas' Vernacular...
Dates: 1980-1981

Paul Young Jr. Papers

Identifier: MC 1327
Scope and Content Note

This collection consists primarily of architectural drawings completed during Young’s nearly 5 decades-long career. Additionally, there are photographs and supplementary documents including indices of professional projects and prospective projects.

Dates: 1936-1980